Learn how the gospel applies to all of life

The Atlanta City Fellows is a holistic nine-month program where you'll experience discipleship, training, and service—

all within the context of community.

Sample Schedule*

*Unscheduled activities include meeting with your mentor, counseling, studying, and rest.

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

Free

Internships

Internships

Internships

Free

Fellows Life Together 6:30-9:30

Dinner with 

Host Family

Roundtable

7:30-9:30

Guys/Girls' 

Bible Study

Seminary

Class

Volunteer in

Youth Ministry

Free

Free

Worship

Sabbath

Community 

Service

Develop professionally through a part-time paid internship

Learn how to add value to an organization, think strategically, and cultivate your own talents in a professional setting.

See the gospel lived out

at home by living with

a host family

As a Fellow, you'll live with a host family, learning to live day-to-day with a Christ-centered family who chooses to share life with you— through the good times and the hard, from the excitement of birthdays to the drudgery of dishwashing.

Experience authentic community and discipleship alongside other Fellows

Each week the Fellows will meet together for Roundtable, a community-building time of fellowship and sharing, giving Fellows a chance to process their experience together. Male and female Fellows will also meet in separate groups each week with a discipleship leader.

Cultivate a Christian worldview and theology of work through seminary courses

Discover the redemptive narrative of Scripture and learn how to engage culture with a Kingdom mindset through two courses, one taught by Reformed Theological Seminary.  

Serve and worship in

a local church

Over the course of the program you'll learn, love, and experience the importance of being connected to the local church, the bride of Jesus. Fellows commit to weekly worship each Sunday at City Church Eastside (PCA) of Atlanta, as well as serving in the youth ministry. 

Learn from a gospel-

fluent mentor

As a Fellow you'll be given a Christian mentor who will meet with you regularly. Mentors are spiritually-mature adults who have demonstrated living out their faith in the marketplace. Mentors will encourage and challenge you to consider how God is at work in your life. They will share from their own experience, both learned and lived. 

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Serve the city together

As a group, Fellows will "seek the peace of the city" by serving weekly at Peace Prep Academy, a Christian school serving the students and families in the Vine City neighborhood.

Discover your calling through workshops + assessments

Within the context of community, discover the intersection between your greatest passions and the world's greatest needs through workshops and assessment tools like the Enneagram and the Highlands Ability Battery

“This workshop provided an incredible Biblical framework for work. I walked away with a greater clarity on my skill set and what to look for going forward."

-Former Fellow on Vocation and Calling Workshop

Learn, connect, and grow through retreats and conferences

As a Fellow, you'll participate in two conferences along with other Fellows programs from around the country. In addition, Atlanta Fellows will participate in opening and closing retreats, a Silent Retreat, and a service week in the city.

“The Silent Retreat brought my faith to a whole new level. Before, I was feeling spiritually stuck and exhausted. Spending intentional, extended time with the Lord was subtly transformative and refreshed me more than words can express. The retreat was such a life-changing experience." -Former Fellow

Get counseling, learn how to rest, and have fun

A few things that make the Atlanta City Fellows program unique from other Fellows programs:

 

  • Monthly Christian counseling through The Rest Initiative

  • Learning tours of local ministries and organizations

  • Seminar on rest and sabbath

  • 5-day service week in the city of Atlanta

  • A 3-day silent retreat

Oh yeah, and as a Fellow you'll get to experience fun stuff like floating down the Chattahoochee, hiking in North Georgia, trips to museums, and much more.